just now,MicrosoftPlan to launch S Mode for Home, Enterprise, and Pro.
These new S Mode Windows 10 estimates, like the Education Edition, will only run software from the Microsoft Store. according toThurrottReported that 60% of Windows 10 S users are still using this system without replacing the Windows 10 Pro through free channels. Sixty percent of those who changed had Windows 10 S only for a day, and 83 percent of those who continued to use 10 S if the user did not change it after a week of use.
It is reported that Microsoft plans to provide free home-based Windows 10 users to upgrade from S Mode to Windows 10 services, but the Professional Edition will pay a fee of 49 US dollars.